Definition of Antitobacco
1. Adjective. Opposed to tobacco, often specifically to either the tobacco industry or public smoking ¹
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Definition of Antitobacco
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Literary usage of Antitobacco
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1. Smoking & Health in the Americas: A 1992 Report of the Surgeon General, in by DIANE Publishing Company, Louis W. Sullivan (1995)
"antitobacco Activities in Latin America and the Caribbean The antitobacco activities described here include school-based education, public information ..."
2. Control of Tobacco-Related Cancers and Other Diseases: Proceedings of an by Prakash C. Gupta, James E. Hamner, P. R. Murti (1992)
"antitobacco campaign in Maharashtra, India: achievements and perspectives DT JOSEPH Maharashtra Institute of Development Administration, Pune, ..."
3. Community-based Interventions For Smokers: The Commit Field Experience by Beti Thompson, David M. Burns, William R. Lynn, Donald Shopland (2004)
"Children who saw the show at school received brochures containing antitobacco information for their parents. In Paterson, the "Smart Moves" play also ..."
4. Smoke and Mirrors: The Canadian Tobacco War by Rob Cunningham (1996)
"antitobacco activists in the United States and Thailand created an international network and coordinated their campaigns. Dr Everett Koop, a former US ..."
5. Critical Perspectives on Racial and Ethnic Differences in Health in Late Life by Norman B. Anderson, Rodolfo A. Bulatao, Barney Cohen (2004)
"Somewhat more effective is antitobacco advertising. ... In each case, evidence suggests relatively sizable impacts of antitobacco messages on consumption. ..."
6. Tobacco Use Among U. S. Racial Ethnic Minority Groups: African Americans by David Satcher (1999)
"The programs included antitobacco counteradvertising campaigns that used billboard, print, and television advertisements; published articles in ..."
7. A Lifelong Passion: Nicholas and Alexandra: Their Own Story by Andrei Maylunas (2005)
"This study surveyed a proportionate random sample of licensed dental hygienists in five states and the District of Columbia, to assess their antitobacco use ..."
8. Philadelphia Police Department Annual Audit, Fiscal, 1994 edited by Donald R. Shopland, David M. Burns, Lawrence Garfinkel, Jonathan M. Samet (1998)
"The effectiveness of this antitobacco advertising is supported by decreases ... Evidence for an overall effect of all antitobacco activities over the past ..."